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Reviews & Awards

Astoria "Lounge" Prosecco


90 Points
"New bottle, same great taste. Slightly complex and mouth-filling. A great value."
The Wine Connection Vol. 17, No. 16 2013

Astoria "Lounge" Prosecco


Jerry D. Mead's New World International Wine Competition 2013

Astoria "Lounge" Prosecco


87 Points
"This delivers top quality at an attractive price point, with floral aromas of jasmine, honeysuckle and orange blossom. The finish is soft, feminine and very smooth."
Wine Enthusiast Magazine, August 2012

Astoria "Lounge" Prosecco


BEST BUY- 88 points
"Aromas of meringue and peach with a crisp, fruity-yet-dry light body and a cream nougat and citrus snap on the lively finish."
Beverage Testing Institute International Wine Championships 2012

Astoria "Lounge" Prosecco


86 Points
"Aromas of citrus, lime and dried hay open the easy bouquet of this luminous Prosecco. It shows creamy mousse with a fresh note of stone fruit on the finish."
Wine Enthusiast Magazine, December 2011

Tasting Notes

Astoria “Lounge” Prosecco has very fine and persistent bubbles with straw yellow and greenish reflections. The floral aromas, with generous amounts of pear and Golden Delicious apple accents, linger on the harmonious and creamy palate.

Food Pairings

Pairs well with chicken, stuffed mushrooms, very food-friendly, prosciutto, pasta with creamy sauces, spicy dishes or seafood.


100% Prosecco


Veneto, Italy

Vineyard & Winemaking Notes

The fruit is sourced from the Astoria Estate vineyard “Val de Brun” in the rolling hills of Veneto just north of Venice. The vineyards are oriented north-south and west-east with 4,500 vines per hectare, with an average vine age of 12-years-old. The grapes are harvested by hand in small lots. A soft pressing occurs and the juice is placed in stainless steel tanks for a brief cold maceration. Before the primary fermentation process is concluded, the wine is run into a pressurized tank where a secondary fermentation takes place allowing it to become a sparkling wine. After bottling the wine is bottle aged for over 6 weeks before being released.